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FOX Business
Nov 25, 2012 8:00am EST
. >> well, they have, but, i guess we're fortune in our overall economy, 150 million workers only now at about a 9 or 10% union total labor force, so, on relative basis we would be much better or worse time since 1980 whi we were opposed to 26, 27, in the states, intriguingly, the states are not right to work states where unions can force a company to, people to pay dues et cetera, those states are falling behind. the empirical evidence, the more these guys get power the less the jobs get created. >> looking forward, not just now. we know that unions feel more empowered a their presidential candidate won the white house d union leaders saying they're going to congress and ask for easier ways for companies to become unionized. so, can we expect to see more of these plays against companies? >> absolutely, for the exact reason you noted. unions were obviously a big supporter of obama and the liberal agenda, and rightly so because they've worked nicely with each other, but as unions become bigger and bigger, bigger andhe 9, 10% that toby said, it tends to work the opposite of what we want
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